Kushner maintains that he and Miller & # 39; have not had a fight & # 39; about the immigration plan

Jared Kushner reveals that he has given his father-in-law a detailed & # 39; immigration reform plan and claims that he did NOT fight hardliner Stephen Miller about it

  • Jared Kushner insisted on Tuesday that he did not fight with the immigration hardliner Stephen Miller about the plan he submitted to the president
  • & # 39; Steven and I have not had a fight & # 39 ;, the president's son-in-law claimed during a & # 39; Time 100 & # 39; interview in New York
  • He accidentally choked on his words and laughed at the bad timing of the incident; Miller has taken charge of the White House against illegal immigration

Jared Kushner insisted on Tuesday that he did not fight with the immigration hardliner Stephen Miller about the plan that he submitted to the president.

& # 39; Stephen and I have not had a fight & # 39 ;, the president's son-in-law claimed during a & # 39; Time 100 & # 39; interview in New York.

He happened to choke his words and laughed at the bad timing of the incident.

Miller has taken charge of the White House against illegal immigration.

Jared Kushner insisted on Tuesday that he did not fight with the immigration hardliner Stephen Miller about the plan he submitted to the president

Jared Kushner insisted on Tuesday that he did not fight with the immigration hardliner Stephen Miller about the plan he submitted to the president

& # 39; Stephen and I have not had a fight & # 39 ;, the president's son-in-law claimed during a & # 39; Time 100 & # 39; interview in New York.

& # 39; Stephen and I have not had a fight & # 39 ;, the president's son-in-law claimed during a & # 39; Time 100 & # 39; interview in New York.

& # 39; Stephen and I have not had a fight & # 39 ;, the president's son-in-law claimed during a & # 39; Time 100 & # 39; interview in New York.

The White House official was the driving force behind a recent home cleaning effort within the Ministry of Homeland Security that saw the secretary and the acting assistant secretary leave.

Kushner will submit a plan to reform immigration law in the United States to the president as soon as this week, he says.

He claims that he says that he has come up with the input of Miller and that of the Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors, Kevin Hassett, who according to him clashes with Miller.

& # 39; And if I say that, if I can bring Stephen Miller and Kevin Hassett to an agreement on an immigration plan, then peace in the Middle East is easy to compare, & # 39; he joked, referring to another major issue he is working on for the president.

Initially, the White House official worked almost exclusively on the Middle East Peace Agreement and his Office of American Innovation.

Kushner noted on Tuesday that immigration was not a subject he came to D.C. to work on, but his father-in-law asked him to tackle it,

& # 39; I really believe that the President's position on immigration may have been defined by his opponents by what he is against, contrary to what he is for & he said. & # 39; What I did is that I tried to make a very detailed proposal for him. & # 39;

He said that the first problem he looked at when he put it together was border protection, including a wall or barrier. Kushner said he had spent a lot of time with border security professionals and learned which option was the most effective.

& # 39; We want to protect the humanitarian values ​​of our country. We want to ensure that we reunite families, and we want to do this in a way that allows our country to be competitive in the long term, "he said. & # 39; And I hope we can really do something that unites people around what we stand for in the field of immigration. & # 39;

He says he is still working on the guest workers component. He suggested that it could be tackled after turning his design proposal into Trump.

Kushner said: & # 39; The President is so involved & # 39; and he will plan & # 39; probably the end of this week, next week & # 39; present to his father-in-law.

& # 39; And then he will probably make some changes, and then he will decide what he wants to do with it, when he wants to do it, & he said.

He acknowledged: & # 39; It is very, very complicated, but it is a very interesting issue, and if we can resolve it, I think it is a crucial part for America's competitive advantage over the long term.

This morning, before the interview, the president said: & # 39; The wall is being built quickly! & # 39;

He encouraged his supporters to view the interview with Kushner after it was closed, and said it was a & # 39; great & # 39; achievement was from the senior official who is also family to him through his marriage to Trump & ‟s oldest daughter Ivanka.

& # 39; Nice to have extremely smart people serving our country! & # 39; the president tweeted.

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